Rod Stewart has confirmed a special show at Dublin’s Royal Hospital Kilmainham for next year.
The show which takes place on 26 May 2024, follows on from the singer’s hugely successful shows in Dublin, Belfast and Cork this year.
This year saw the Scottish singer return to Cork’s Marquee venue for a live performance for the first time in 14 years. More on this from Nova here.
Tickets for this Kilmainham show goes on sale next week (23 November) at 9am.
Rod Keen To “Leave All That rock ‘n’ roll stuff behind”
Earlier this Summer, Rod Stewart said that he was keen to “leave all the rock ‘n’ roll stuff behind”, having finished working on a new swing music album with pianist and presenter Jools Holland.
“Rock stars are performing into incredible ages now”, he said in a pre-recorded interview for the BBC.
The Maggie May singer continued, “I am actually stopping. I’m not retiring, but I want to move on to… I had great success with The Great American Songbook and I’ve just done a swing album with Jools Holland, which is going to come out next year, so I want to go in that direction”.
“So I just want to leave all the rock ‘n’ roll stuff behind, for a while maybe… Everything has to come to an end sooner or later”.
This album is to also arrive next year.
Read more from this interview here.